‘Amitabh-Jaya vibes in the end’ – Twitter reacts to funny camaraderie between David Warner and Shaheen Afridi

Australia and Pakistan players have shared a great bond through the course of the series.

David Warner and Shaheen Afridi
David Warner and Shaheen Afridi. (Photo Source: Twitter)

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NO RUN. Well, that is a phrase that has almost become synonymous with Australian batter Marnus Labuschagne. The right-hander is known for shouting out this phrase loudly when he is out in the middle. Incidentally, another Aussie today indulged in a similar gesture.

David Warner faced the final ball of Day three from Shaheen Afridi. After solidly defending the ball off the back foot, Warner shouted ‘No Run’. Subsequently, Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi walked up to Warner, and both of them stared at each other.

However, everything ended well after both of them shared a laugh. Warner even patted Afridi on the back as well. It showed the wonderful camaraderie that both Australia and Pakistan have shared through the course of the series. You can see the entire video below.

Australia on top in the third Test against Pakistan

The Aussies would surely have been the happier side at the end of Day Three of the final Test match between the two sides in Lahore. The Aussies posted a total of 391 in their first innings. Pakistan were cruising at one stage, with their scorecard reading 214/2.

However, the Babar Azam-led side suffered a sensational collapse and were bowled out for just 268, losing their final eight wickets with the addition of just 54 runs. Asad Shafique, Azhar Ali, and Babar Azam slammed half-centuries for the Pakistan outfit in the first innings. Apart from Azam, Ali, and Shafique, no other batter could even cross the 20-run mark for the hosts.

With the ball, the experienced duo of Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins were outstanding. While skipper Cummins scalped a five-wicket haul, left-arm pacer Starc bagged four wickets to dent the Pakistan outfit. Senior spinner Nathan Lyon chipped in with a wicket to his name. The scoreline of the three-match Test series between Australia and Pakistan currently stands at 0-0, after the first two Test matches ended in a draw.

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